Bupa Foundation Green Community Grants

Bupa Foundation Green Community Grants is part of Bupa’s Healthy Cities campaign and supports practical projects which help both people and planet health through grants of up to £2,000. The scheme is open to schools, registered charities, not-for-profit organisations, local authorities and social housing providers across the UK and Republic of Ireland

What projects can be funded?

We want to fund practical projects which benefit both people and planet health. Priority will be given to projects that:

  • Improve or create new green spaces
  • Benefit and involve the local community
  • Are located in disadvantaged areas (high Indices of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) scores for the postcode, or a school with a significant proportion of children benefitting from free school meals)

Examples of green projects could include:

  • Improving a local community garden for community use and recreational activities
  • Volunteer-led tree or flower planting to improve air quality and biodiversity
  • Creating an outdoor classroom or ‘forest school’ on school grounds
  • Creating a community food growing space

This is not an exhaustive list and other project ideas to improve green spaces are also welcomed.

This programme will receive a high number of applications. The stronger your application, the better chance of funding. Please read all the guidance and answer questions as fully as possible.

The deadline for applications is Sunday 30th June 2024

How to Apply:

Read the guidance and check your eligibility then Apply online here

Skip to content